Azoulay, Ariella

 

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Miki Kratsman

Ariella Azoulay teaches visual culture and contemporary philosophy at the Program for Culture and Interpretation, Bar Ilan University.  She is curator and director of documentary films.  She is also the author of Atto di Stato (Act of State, 2008, Bruno Mondadori, in Italian), Once Upon a Time: Photography following Walter Benjamin (2006, Bar Ilan University Press, in Hebrew), and Death’s Showcase (2001, MIT Press), which won the Affinity Award, International Center of Photography.  She is co-author, with Adi Ophir, of This Regime which Is Not One: Occupation and Democracy between the Sea and the River (from 1967 onwards, Resling, in Hebrew).


On Rorotoko:


On her book The Civil Contract of Photography
(Our Cover Feature of January 23, 2009)